Teen branded a ‘brat’ after her parents said they'd buy her a car but she says it’s not nice enough
A TEEN has been branded a ‘brat’ after saying that she hopes her parents are ‘joking’ about getting her a minivan with a personalised licence plate for her 18th birthday.
18-year-old Priscilla shared a video on her Tiktok saying she hopes her parents are having a “sick joke” when they say they’re getting her a minivan for her birthday.
She said: “It’s my 18th birthday Friday and I’m praying to god my family is playing a sick joke that they got me a tan minivan with my name on the license plate.”
The teen added that she meant this in “the most non-brat way possible”.
She explained: “I’m blessed to be driving the car I am now. But this needs to be a joke.”
The video quickly racked up over a million views, and many criticised the teen for her attitude towards the gift.
“There’s no way to complain about getting a car for your birthday in a ‘non-brat way’”, wrote one viewer, while another wrote: “Be grateful perhaps?”
A third sarcastic commenter said: “It must be so hard to get a car for free :’( we’ll be praying for you girly.”
Many said they’d be delighted with the gift.
“Please, I would be so excited”, said one, and a second added: “It’s my 18th, I’ll take it.”
Some, however, understood Priscilla’s embarrassment.
“It’s the name on the licence plate part that would make me go feral”, one viewer said.
A second added: “THE TAN COLOUR MADE IT WORSE I’M SORRY.”
Lots of viewers also offered suggestions for how to make the van look better.
“Paint it and decorate it”, one advised, and a second suggested: “Turn it into a Barbie van!”
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